JOHN HANCOCK His handwritten March 1783 letter as Governor of Massachusetts, instructing a garrison commander to forbid a ship full of Tories to disembark, requiring them to sail instead for New York (still in British hands) Autograph Letter, unsigned, 1 page, 7¾x12. Written as Governor. Boston, Massachusetts, 1783 March 27. To William Gordon, Commander of the Garrison in Dartmouth. In full: "I have this moment received your Letter by Express, giving information of the arrival of a Flag with a Number of Persons on board who were desirous of remaining some time at Dartmouth. I have laid the state of this Flag before the Council, & in consequence of their advice you are hereby Directed upon no pretense whatever, to suffer any of the Persons or any of the Effects brought in the Flag to be Landed at Dartmouth, or in any other place, but that you give immediate Directions for the Departure of the Flag with the Persons, & their effects to New York, and that after the Receipt of this Letter you make a point of Embracing the first fair wind to put her under Sail for New York, as no circumstance can possibly induce me to Deviate from this order. I am Sir your very humble servant. read more...
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CONNIE MACK 1947 Major League scorecard, signed in pencil on a lineup page Scorecard Signed: "Connie Mack", 2 pages, front and verso 9½x12¼ opened flat, 6x9½ folded. Original 1947 Detroit Tigers scorecard, signed by Mack on the Tigers lineup page. read more...
Sale Price $595.00
JAY SIGEL. Partly Printed DS: "Jay Sigel" in pencil, 4p, 6x3½, front and verso. Oak Hill Country Club, Rochester, New York. 1989 June 16. Scorecard for Round 2 of the 89th U.S. Open Championship, held on the East Course of the Oak Hill Country Club from June 15-18, 1989. read more...
Sale Price $342.00